Cannabis can be consumed in a variety of ways, such as smoking, vaping, ingesting edible products, or applying topically. Smoking is the most common method of consumption and involves burning cannabis to create vapour or smoke that is then inhaled. Vaping is a similar process, but uses an electronic device to heat the cannabis instead of burning it directly. Ingestible forms of cannabis are also available, such as edibles and tinctures. Edibles involve consuming food products which contain cannabis derivatives like THC or CBD for recreational or therapeutic use. Tinctures are liquid extracts typically mixed into drinks or applied under the tongue for absorption into the bloodstream. Lastly, topical applications include creams, lotions and balms which are applied directly to the skin and can provide localized relief. No matter what method of consumption you choose, it is important to ensure that you understand any potential risks associated with consuming cannabis. Additionally, it is important to check your local laws and regulations for the legalities of using cannabis.